The first 32-inch Retina 6K display ever. Up to 1600 nits of brightness.* An astonishing contrast ratio and superwide viewing angle. And over a billion colors presented with exceptional accuracy.

Dynamic range to the extreme.

Pro Display XDR takes brightness, contrast, and color to a new level, delivering the truest representation of your work. Far beyond High Dynamic Range (HDR), it’s Extreme Dynamic Range (XDR).

LED in a whole new light.

Pro Display XDR is able to dramatically reduce blooming using advanced LED technology, light shaping, and intelligent image processing. So the screen can create true-to-life imagery with bright pixels right next to very dark ones, giving you unbelievable brightness and contrast.

Exceptional color and contrast maintained.

With industry-leading polarizer technology, Pro Display XDR achieves a superwide viewing angle. So multiple people can review work on a single screen without color and image quality becoming distorted when viewed off-axis. In fact, off-axis contrast is up to 25 times better than that of a typical LCD.

Elevate your work. And rotate it, too.

Height, tilt, and rotation are completely adjustable with the Pro Stand. It’s stable without taking up much space. And it can rotate to landscape or portrait, making it perfect for any type of work.

1. Testing conducted by Apple in November 2019 using preproduction 2.5GHz 28-core Intel Xeon W-based Mac Pro systems with 384GB of RAM and dual AMD Radeon Pro Vega II graphics with Infinity Fabric Link and 32GB of HBM2 each, configured with Afterburner and a 4TB SSD. Mac Pro systems tested with an attached 5K display. Tested with Final Cut Pro 10.4.7 using a 50-second picture-in-picture project with 6 streams of Apple ProRes RAW video at 8192×4320 resolution and 29.97 frames per second, a 50-second picture-in-picture project with 23 streams of Apple ProRes RAW video at 4096×2160 resolution and 29.97 frames per second, and a 5-minute picture-in-picture project with 16 streams of Apple ProRes 422 video at 4096×2160 resolution and 30 frames per second. Performance tests are conducted using specific computer systems and reflect the approximate performance of Mac Pro.

2. 1GB = 1 billion bytes and 1TB = 1 trillion bytes; actual formatted capacity less.

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